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Kristine Opolais, soprano

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VienaMadama Butterfly

Puccini: Madama Butterfly
Jonathan Darlington; Josef Gielen; Wiener Staatsoper; Tsugouharu Foujita; Kristine Opolais; Ivan Magrì

TokyoWeber, Strauss

Weber, Strauss R.
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Fabio Luisi; Kristine Opolais

TokyoWeber, Strauss

Weber, Strauss R.
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Fabio Luisi; Kristine Opolais

Dresden1. Symphoniekonzert II

Weber, Enescu, Brahms
Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden; Myung-whun Chung; Kristine Opolais

BucarestSächsische Staatskapelle Dresden & Kristīne Opolais

Enescu, Brahms
Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden; Myung-whun Chung; Kristine Opolais

DresdenTosca

Puccini: Tosca
Daniele Callegari; Johannes Schaaf; Dresden State Opera; Antonino Fogliani; Giampaolo Bisanti; Christof Cremer; Petra Reinhardt
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“Ecco un artista!”: melodrama aplenty in ROH Tosca revival

Kristine Opolais (Tosca) and Bryn Terfel (Scarpia) © ROH | Catherine Ashmore
Red-blooded performances from the three principals at Covent Garden, even if there are vocal misfires along the way. 

Blutleerer Liebes-Albtraum: Manon Lescaut in Hamburg

Manon Lescaut (2012) © Monika Rittershaus
Leider scheitern die guten Ideen des Regisseurs, Philipp Himmelmann, an der Umsetzung.

Boulanger, Debussy and Puccini with Nelsons, Opolais, and the BSO

Kristine Opolais in Puccini's Suor Angelica with the BSO © Winslow Townson
The Boston Symphony Orchestra led by Andris Nelsons performs Boulanger, Debussy and Puccini. 

Trittico's 100th anniversary and Domingo's 50th

Plácido Domingo (Gianni Schicchi) © Ken Howard | Metropolitan Opera
All three operas in Puccini's triptych are strongly cast in this revival. 

Nelsons’ manicured Mahler a slow burn with the Gewandhaus

Andris Nelsons © Southbank Centre | Mark Allan
After the UK première of Andris Dzenītis’ Māra and some Tchaikovsky operatic excerpts, the Gewandhaus returned to Mahler. 

Nelsons sheds light on Puccini's canvas

Jonathan Tetelman and Kristine Opolais © Hilary Scott
Under Andris Nelsons' baton, the musical canvas was remarkably supple with proper light shed on Puccini’s melodic inventiveness and wondrous orchestration.